The king of the category -- and still as vital in the 90s as it was in the 70s. Includes a lot of material related more to career counseling than selling yourself, but Bolles covers all the bases and does it very well. The classic dismissal of resumes as a way of finding work. [
Cover Letters That Will Get You the Job You Want by Stanley Wynett (1993). Wynett's a former advertising copywriter, and his letters have a flow and style that you won't find in most cover letter guides. Over 100 sample letters, with some excellent ideas scattered throughout that you could bring to your own letters
Sweaty Palms by H. Anthony Medley (1992). A perennial bestseller (first published in the 70s), and still very useful. Covers a wide range of topics from preparation to presentation to negotiation.
The Everything Get-A-Job Book, by Stephen Graber…gives you the competitive edge, with a fun and non-intimidating approach to looking for your first job or just plain trying to find a better job. Jammed with tons of tips, strategies, and advice from the trenches, this comprehensive book will be indispensable to anyone hoping to land a great job. Although we have not read this book the reviews on Vault.com are promising.